Editorial Board


Erika A. Pratte, PhD Candidate

Erika A. Pratte is a PhD candidate and graduate teaching assistant at the University of Northampton. Her PhD research focuses on well-being after near-death experiences and counseling approaches that may help integration of aftereffects. She studied English and editing at Penn State University for her bachelor’s and has a master’s degree in psychology from the University of West Georgia with foci in humanistic psychology, therapy, and parapsychology. She has been a mental health clinician and counselor for three years.

Review Board

Jean-Michel Abbrasart, PhD Candidate

     Catholic University of Louvain

Eberhard Bauer, Dipl.-Psych

     Institut für Grenzgebiete der Psychologie und Psychohygiene

Callum E. Cooper, PhD

     University of Northampton

Alexander De Foe

     RMIT University

Guido De Laet, Dipl.- Counseling

Rachel Evendon, MsC

University of Northampton

Renaud Evrard, PhD

University of Lorraine

Shaye Hudson, MA

TRU Integrative Health and Wellness

Jack Hunter, PhD

University of Bristol

David Luke, PhD

University of Greenwich

Jennifer Lyke, PhD

Richard Stockton College

Leslie W. O’Ryan, EdD, NCC, LCPC

Western Illinois University

Annalisa Ventola, BA

Executive Director of the Parapsychological Association